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SFGTV
Sep 29, 2012 4:30am PDT
, chief haze in, and also a former first lady, gina miskony, gina, she's right behind the photographer, her husband was mayor and his portrait is right up here. so, we're coming to the signing, more important, of the signing, but tom horn is the one as been said has been leading us, in fact, we had to put a leash on him and we have him guarded at the airport with security guards because he would be on that air france airplane almost every day if we let him so we won't let him go because he does a wonderful job, he'll present a few words and then i'll present the mayor to signs the forof understanding, may i present tom horn. >> (speaking french). mayor lee, council general, we commemorate today the 16th anniversary of our sister city of cord signed in san francisco in 1976. during this period, we have twice received official visits of the mayor of paris and paris has received three different mayors of san francisco. and each visit has led to projects and agreements between our two cities that have been beneficial and advantageous to each. there is even one exchange in the field of fash
CBS
Sep 25, 2012 5:30pm PDT
. >> reporter: when john and gina burnett bought their home in suburban denver they thought they'd spend the rest of their lives here with gina's son keith who has down syndrome. but john lost his job three years ago in the construction industry. >> what happened to all of the jobs? where'd they go? >> reporter: now they face losing their house to foreclosure and for them an unplanned transition from home owner to renter. >> it's very hard. it's painful. it's frustrating. >> reporter: does it feel unfair that this is happening to you? >> we've done everything we possibly could to keep this from happening and-- i'm sorry. and-- >> reporter: but it's happening. >> yeah. >> reporter: and as more foreclosed families need apartments, they are driving up demand and prices. nationwide vacancy rates hit a ten-year low in 2011 and rents increased 4.7% since last year. >> that one apartment it would cost approximately $3,000 to $4,000 just to get into the apartment. >> reporter: do you have $4,000? >> no, we don't. >> reporter: what are you going to do? >> we don't know. >> reporter: you're
NBC
Sep 4, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. >> give me back my brother. just bring him back! >> reporter: sister gina turned up the heat on the internet. >> i actually put on facebook anyone who can go up to the roseville police station and all these people showed up at the roseville police station at midnight just to kind of show power in numbers to get them to question him. >> reporter: bob and dorene went over to roseville to talk to the detectives in person. >> you need to get somebody in there right now. don't you understand? every minute counts. >> reporter: lieutenant blarek didn't need the prodding. he and a partner were itching to question the suspect after they had returned from detroit, where they had spent a long night searching for matt with no results. >> we're just checking abandoned houses, checking alleys, checking burned up garages. >> and you're seeing nothing. >> no evidence of matt landry at all, sir. >> reporter: at 3:45 in the morning, a bone-tired blarek and his partner devised an interview strategy, hoping ihop would cough something up. >> i was just going to sit there in the chair and i wasn't go
Univision
Sep 1, 2012 6:00pm PDT
el dÍa del trabajo. gina "univmer dÍa del trabajo 1994 han ha sido celebrado. >>> para encontrar los precios no a gasolina tiene que a us acusado de ciertos cargos criminales. >>> si usted es una de los que toma medicamentos sin eleer la receta, puede ser mortal. >>> yo regreso con el pronÓstico del tiempo con mucho calor para la prÓxima semana ♪ ♪(mÚsica)♪. >>> el departamento de justicia de los estados unidos han retirado los cargos de los problemas que tienen y han d decidido no iniciar ningÚn sistema legal como uso de las tarjeta de crÉdito y esta vez t t investigaciÓn esta en curso ♪ en mÁs temas con el regreso a clases ya tenemos aumento de los robos de autos en los centros educativos, tenemos la informaciÓn al respecto de esta noticia a continuaciÓn. >>> 35 mil stestudiantes han regresado a clases y como toda ciudad tenemos inconvenientes. >>> es un crimen de oportunidad y cÓmo niÑos dejan cosas a la vista, mochila, celulares, cosas de valor en los carros se los van a llevar, les queremos recordar a las personas si tienen autos nuevos los tienen que cerrar.
CBS
Sep 8, 2012 8:00am EDT
news vault for edward r. murrow's interview with one of the world's most beautiful women. gina lollobrigida. to our top story. secretary of state hillary clinton says the u.s. could soon left cold war era trade sanctions against russia. clinton is in the russian far east for a summit of the rim nations. it's aimed to quell -- over control of some islands. >> two children thought to be abducted by their father on a stolen 40-foot sailboat were rescued by the coast guard off of california. authorities have been tracking the boat in a slow-speed chase along the california coast since tuesday. the father surrendered on friday and the children were unharmed. >>> the former u.s. navy seal who wrote the controversial book, "no easy day" under the pseudonym mark owen talks about the raid in an interview with "60 minutes" tomorrow night. he tells scott pelley it was his job to photograph the body. >> i figured these were some of the most important photos i would ever take in my life. make sure i do it right. get good angles and all this other stuff. you got to clean off the face so it's
SFGTV
Sep 28, 2012 3:00pm PDT
had an earthquake and fire, so we brought the chief, chief haze in, and also a former first lady, gina miskony, gina, she's right behind the photographer, her husband was mayor and his portrait is right up here. so, we're coming to the signing, more important, of the signing, but tom horn is the one as been said has been leading us, in fact, we had to put a leash on him and we have him guarded at the airport with security guards because he would be on that air france airplane almost every day if we let him so we won't let him go because he does a wonderful job, he'll present a few words and then i'll present the mayor to signs the forof understanding, may i present tom horn. >> (speaking french).
FOX
Sep 11, 2012 5:30pm EDT
hamilton/student sot 24:24 he was pointing it at the teacher and a girl named gina. gina. sot 23:43 and then mrs fuchs slappe it out if his hand and tackles him to the ground ground that american history teacher is being called a hero tonight for what she did.police say they plan to charge the teen as a juvenile. daniel borowy is back home tonight, but still recovering from his wounds from the perry hall high school shooting. kathleen cairns has more on thh road to recovery for the speccal needs student. 3 -cairns as live lead-"it appears to be a regular day at perry hall hs except two students are noticeably missing.. one accused in a shooting... the other t home.. recoverrng after that shooting."----pkg----(dads voice) "doing really good he's come a long way in what 14 days"as daniel borowy's parents prepare to leave the hospital with their son, he magnitude of their son's close weighs heavily on their still hearts. (rosemary borowy- dannels mom)"i know the first night e was here the chaplain prayed over him anddasked god to be with him on this journey i think he has. he's given him a
CNN
Sep 1, 2012 7:00pm EDT
there. i also want to speak with gina meyer. you live over there. you just came back. i want you to tell people kind of the situation over there what what you saw. >> the water is receding. the highest it got, 14 feet in my house, i'm six foot off the ground. about two, three feet in my house. everything's topsy-turvey upside down. majority of my sentimental things are still hanging on walls and are safe but any house is in bad shape. >> gina, i went over there and i saw so many homes in that situation. you went through katrina? >> digo through katrina. but we only got about three and half foot of water where we live. it did not get in my house. wind damage i have from katrina. >> you get this sense of resilience for people who have lived through this and began through this. i'm sure, many people ask, how do you start that process to start over. >> trust in god. rely on your family. and it is not just the people who are blood related to you. it is the people you have grown up with. all your life. and that's what gets you through something like this. gina, thank you. thank you for ta
NBC
Sep 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
looking into this. >> reporter: when john and gina burnett bought their home in suburban denver they thought they'd spend the rest of their lives here with gina's son keith who has down syndrome. but john lost his job three years ago in the construction industry. >> what happened to all of the jobs? where'd they go? >> reporter: now they face losing their house to foreclosure and for them an unplanned transition from home owner to renter. >> it's very hard. it's painful. it's frustrating. >> reporter: does it feel unfair that this is happening to you? >> we've done everything we possibly could to keep this from happening and-- i'm sorry. and-- >> reporter: but it's happening. >> yeah. >> reporter: and as more foreclosed families need apartments, they are driving up demand and prices. nationwide vie kansi rates hit a ten-year low in 2011 and rents increased 4.7% since last year. >> that one apartment it would cost approximately $3,000 to $4,000 just to get into the apartment. >> reporter: do you have $4,000? >> no, we don't. >> reporter: what are you going to do? >> we don't know. >>
Univision
Sep 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
entrevista sin embargo pudimos encontrar en su pa gina de internet varias propuestas relacionadas con la economÍa y el crecimiento del estado pero cuando de la comunidad latina se trata, encontramos el apoyo del senador marco rubio. tim kaine "tenemos nuestras diferencias en cuanto a la economÍa nuestra manera para trabajar juntos para la comunidad yo estoy trabajando directamente con la comunidad hablando directamente con la comunidad, silvana quiroz virginia es un estado crucial para las prÓximas elecciones y de hecho la comunidad latina harÁ la diferencia, silvana quiroz ... en un seguimiento a los foros que realizo univision con ambos candidatos presidenciales, claudia uceda salio a las calles para consultar a los hispanos sobre el impacto que tendran las entrevistas en su desicion en las proximas elecciones... al candidato presidencial republicano mitt romney le toco el miercoles .. y al candidato y actual presidente democrata barack obama el jueves . . . nat! ambos se dirigieron a los latinos . hablaron de la economia, educacion, salud pero el tema mas candente sin duda fue inm
FOX News
Sep 9, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, chuck. well, they love you here. >> oh, i love them. >> oh. >> and you and gina have just put out a very provocative public service announcements that says this election puts everything on the line. what motivated you to say that this is the election of our lifetime? >> well, you know what? gina and i were talking and in just talking about the future of our country and you know, we felt that president obama tried his very best, he just wasn't good enough and the thing is, and it's the lack of experience, you know, like in any profession you've got to be experienced in what you do. like in an acting you've got a take a the lot of acting courses, but the thing is that we need a leader to -- that has the experience to lead us to the next four years, and so we-- we realize that our freedom is in jeopardy in our country today. and so, gina and you i sat down and wrote that speech in about 15 minutes and so i was doing a gym infomercial so we sat-- the producers said can we do that psa? of course, and film before us, and they were started. this week during the democratic national conventi
FOX News
Sep 10, 2012 3:00am EDT
headed. >> here to explain why. they love you here. i love them. you and gina put out a provocative service announce said this election puts everything on the line. what motivates you to say this is an election of the lifetime. when we were talk talking about the future of our country . we felt that president obama it is not and the lack of experience or profession experience what you do. and a lot can happen. you have to take a lot of acting courses and we need a leader to and has the experience to lead us to the next four years and so we realize that our freedom is in jeopardy in our country today . so we sat down and wrote that speech in 15 minutes. and so i was doing a total gym infomercial and we asked the producer can we do this psa . he said of course, they filmed it for us that day and that's where it started. >> this week in the democratic national convention. god was taken out that shows how we really think that they have no reason to think that god should be part of our vote . you know, when joe biden, as he's giving his speech. four pinockcos because the nose kept gettin
PBS
Sep 17, 2012 12:00pm PDT
>> welcome to the program. tonight gina kolata of "the new york times" on dramatic new discoveries about the cause of diseases. >> there are millions of switches for only 20,000 genes. and not only that, the genes, the switches can be on, off, higher, lower, in all different combinations and different cells. so you have just like an incredible array of ways, of very subtly control whack gynes are active and how and what is going on. >> also a look at a new movie called arc trag with richard jarecki, the agenter richard gere and the actress susan sarandon and the actor nate parker. >> when i was in 2008 and reading the paper like everybody else i got smuggled to me like a kleiner perkins or something venture capital report. and on the cover it had a steak and it had a big, you know, knife going through. and it said it's over. and so i'm reading. i'm like what's over wa, is going on. so i start reading, there was this great stuff in "vanity fair" about the financial crisis. so i read it all. and just just thought, you know, wouldn't it be interesting to get behind the eyes, so to spe
CNBC
Sep 6, 2012 10:00pm EDT
own rick santelli and gina sanchez. what you're looking at is a video tribute. you heard dick durbin introduce it. so when that is done, we may have to cut our panel off to go to michelle obama, who will be introducing her husband, the president. so, rick santelli, your thoughts on joe biden's speech. >> i thought it was an impassioned speech. certain portions of it especially regarding the military and how a job is more than a paycheck, that i am totally enamored with. like larry, for me, if i were to listen to his speech as a voter to try to make a decision, i don't know that anything mr. biden said would move the ball closer to the goal post if i was worried about the longevity of the entitlement programs and of course, the biggest question of all, how are we going to create jobs. i just don't know there's any substance there, but then again, for this type of speech, i don't look for a lot of substance. >> gina, you were probably the most pessimistic. did you hear anything from biden that would change your mind? >> well, no, i'm still pretty pessimistic. i think the one thing bide
NBC
Sep 27, 2012 4:00am PDT
to walk. her 9-year-old twin sisters gina and lisa aren't far behind. they boast 290 each. and with 367 national parks total, their goal is well within reach. how many do you have? >> i love national parks. i think i've only been to probably 15. >> that's pretty good! >> but that's -- 300? i mean, it's crazy! >> every single holiday is at a national park. i'm lynn berry and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> well, in china pint-size robots could give you a run for your money on the dance floor. watch out. operated by tiny motors, the robots are able to move in sync with the music around them. they have flexible limbs and are actually quite skilled at keeping their balance. the robots kept crowds entertained at the 13th western china international fair. i don't know how they do on tables though so we'll have to see. >>> well, mother nature showed no mercy for some motorcyclists in china. 99 motorists sped their way up 700 steps for the international stairway racing festival. a morning rain made the stairs really slippery and it cause
NBC
Sep 21, 2012 5:30pm PDT
center, had some wishing it would stay away. gina fields woke up to it. >> we just woke up to our trees being taken away. it is heartbreaking. >> reporter: 400 trees are being removed to make way for the endeavour's wing span. final hearings were held this week. >> i'm tired of people coming into our community, doing things behind our back. >> reporter: and while the california science center will create trees for those lost, and create sidewalks, residents wonder if there was not a better way. >> and 94 million miles to land to mars, and we can go 12 miles to the science center without cutting these trees. >> reporter: nasa and the science center say cutting up endeavour is not an option, because of the tile shields. >> if you look at giants that is genuine and inspiring, and you know that everything you see is there specifically for a reason, every scorch mark you see and dent that you see, everything that is there, is revealing what the orbitter did and why it did it. >> reporter: so all of these trees are slated to go. we expect to see endeavour moving through the streets here
CBS
Sep 11, 2012 4:30am EDT
discussed the way it should be. i spoke with u.s. surgeon genre gina benjamin about this issue and a new -- regina benjamin about this issue and a new national campaign. >> it is almost one every 15 minutes. it's not only a problem, it's a public health issue. it's like a small airplane falling out of the sky each day. if we did that, we would pay more attention to it. so we've revised the national suicide prevention strategy to address this issue to take a comprehensive look that engages everyone, businesses and public- private partnerships with many of the organizations to come together to start to address this issue. we want people to start talking about suicide, make sure it's okay to talk about it. we want you to ask someone that may be at risk, know the signs and the symptoms of what someone at risk of suicide would have. >> more than eight million adults report having serious thoughts of suicide in the past year. 2.5 million people report making a suicide attempt in the past year. nearly 16% of students grades 9 through 12 report having seriously considered suicide. 7.8% report ha
NBC
Sep 27, 2012 4:30am EDT
visiting the park with her family before she learned to walk. her 9-year-old twin sisters gina and lisa aren't far behind each boasting 290. with 367 national parks total their goal is well within reach. >>> we've got a lot of work to do. i'm lynn berry. this is early today, just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. looks like the weather is staying unsettled. we can see some rain. heavy rain showers moving into northern baltimore county and a to harford county -- and into harford county. we will talk about the rain chances as they move in today. >> 4:56. coming up, replacing the replacements. >> the nightmare is over. lockout is ended. >> a mother and child are shot. coming up, the latest on the investigation. >> checking on some closures in >> checking on some closures in okay, what'ya havin? i'll have the build your own burger with a... sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own
Current
Sep 28, 2012 11:00pm PDT
this amazing new neuroscience that shows there is a brain gentleman va gina vagina connection that people may be upset about not my leaders they are thrilled to learn more about themselves. the data explains why 30% of women report low sexual desire and another 30% some of the same well, some different, say that they don't reach orgasm when they want to. even in a hyper sexual icedized society. this is t*s not working for not working for women but this explains why. >> gavin: you are working around the mind vagina connection about, how is that controversial? it connects -- >> it's so funny, i wrote a book called misconceptions about the birthing industry which documented to understand of data on the brain uterus connection in childbirth that women are stressed they can't labor brain breast connection, lactation it's old news, no one was upset about it. but there is no data on the brain have volunteer gina connection when women have orgasms or even think about rewarding section dopamine, which is about motivation, initiative energy, it boosts open yates ecstasy we all know that and
SFGTV2
Sep 23, 2012 11:00pm PDT
of cloud. >> very nice. that leaves just into gina because she grapples with these problems every day. >> let me start by saying i feel far more at ease now in this prestigious venue after hearing "help" and "stocks -- "hell and "sucks." i can speak far more clearly to you now. in very humble being with these folks because these folks are architects. architects of technology and architect of cloud computing technology in and of itself, so i am humbled to be here with these gentlemen. i can speak from a -- i am release a purveyor of the technology that they implemented. i can speak from my role with the city and county of san francisco and how we are leveraging cloud and the benefits we are deriving from the cloud and why we made the choices therein. certainly, as tim alluded to, the choice to go to the cloud was primarily cost-driven, economically driven, no question. but also, we began to see that the city business, the city government was changing and the role of the city government was changing. the constituents in the city and county are very savvy, savvy computer users. san f
SFGTV2
Sep 23, 2012 10:30pm PDT
-- gina, and sen. she has had a very daunting task of taking the legacy infrastructure of the city and moving that to a professional data center. but also, setting up a virtual private cloud and making a foray into the public cloud. she offers a unique perspective as a large government user on cloud computing. she was also the cio of the san francisco municipal transport station at 40, and she was also managing clorox's data centers previously. thank you for being here. with so much brainpower and prospective in this room, i will actually ask each of our panelists to take four or five minutes and give us a landscape of where you think of computing is today and where you see it going. am standing here with these microphones makes you feel like what rupert murdoch must have felt like this morning. i have no direct knowledge of the cloud. [laughter] let me make a small correction since my academic colleagues -- you're so sensitive to this. i am lecturer at stanford university, not a professor. that is another level of this conversation teary let me extend the conversation a little bit
FOX Business
Sep 7, 2012 6:00pm EDT
be that the rising gets a head start on iphone five. verizon has the most advanced for gina worked in america. at&t is way behind. verizon has been bragging. for all we know they're bragging about 40. you have to wonder whether people really pick a service in anticipation that they would get the iphone 51st. it could mean this is of horizon to entrap. cheryl: samsung's and all that. this removes a big competitive issue. samsung has been coming up against them. >> apple also switched suppliers. there were getting chips and stuff from samsung. now ms. britney earlier today that they're getting rid of samsung. that has to impart the fallout from apple winning a billion dollars patent infringement verdict against samsung coming out with i funds and ipads. that was the ripple effect continuing. that i found five for 4g is kind of interesting to begin to wonder whether it will benefit verizon. the first to get the iphone. at&t. rising debt second. cheryl: at&t. helping them catapult. cheryl: in the desk -- the exclusivity deal. >> reports that at&t paid a billion dollars for that list as
CSPAN
Sep 30, 2012 8:00am EDT
queens inner circle. when they first met in london in 1955 gina was struck by what she described as the queen's steadiness. she is difficult to know, gene told me, but it is worth the wait. you sort of become friends. it takes a long time to know where. in wyoming the queen was able to relax completely, taking 5--mile walks on the 4,000-acre property and joining shooting parties as the guns brought down. she hosted a dinner at the mavericks' supper club where she was quite perplexed by the process of ordering from a restaurant menu which she had not done before. what offered various sizes of filet mignon. she asked, now, here's a surprise. a queen size the bill that cuts would has browned potatoes and onions because i have never tasted before. honored departure she wrote a letter to ronald reagan describing the time she had spent in america doing what she liked best, looking at beautiful thoroughbreds and walking in the wide-open spaces by the absence. the american west had a long held a fascination for the queen. one of her most intriguing american friends has been a monty roberts, a c
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm EDT
work of gina from behind a long marble bar, she's dispensing her own sodas, strawberry cinnamon, and carving ice to order from a big block kept cold by a chiller set into the counter. the watering hole even has its own name, the eddy bar, a reference to swirling waters. next time i'll know to save room for what's made freshly available in alexandria, and now on the hill, keylime pie, fruit cobbler, or maybe chocolate cake. >> they don't do dessert. >> they give you a little piece of chocolate. we have to go to the hill to get key lime pie. >> let's mull over that, coming up, mull over this, the epa tries to celebrate hispanic heritage month, and there's trouble. now someone on the hill is involved. we'll have that story coming up. >>> i'm liz crenshaw. does the first lady of the united states receive a paycheck? that's the question. the answer coming up heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message. >>> an e-mail never meant to
CSPAN
Sep 2, 2012 12:00am EDT
lounge where lunch where he called it. a cup a specially prepared coffee and magnum p. i reruns. gina port oversupply and the tories and complained that no one completed her paperwork right. mitchell and chris black-and-white partners in crime, smoked and choked the minutes away in front of them. i endlessly wrote reports rewrote reports and justified not having to write reports. it filled the time between phonecalls and beat the slow death waiting. the staff continuously manned exist for somebody to answer that phone for a call. sometimes there was a warning of a call, thunder in the distance on a clear day, black cloud hanging over the city. usually we were not so fortunate. the monotony of task, the long wait and then piercingly quiet a ring, the ring, time to go on a call. i close my eyes found that my mind drift i can see every ritualized movement every inch of concrete cross every step between my desk and awaiting armored truck. the paper's thumbtacks to the plywood wall and computer the prints maps of the location of each call, the dust on the gray floor, the place on the gunn,
ABC
Sep 17, 2012 2:30am EDT
and gina were outside when tyrone came running up crying. as the pint-sized hero recalls it. he said -- >> tell them, hurry, help. >> reporter: but they said, tyrone said much more. >> his exact word were -- he said, she was laying there and she had a seizure and her mouth was closed. and she didn't open her eyes. he said she wasn't moving. >> reporter: the women ran to the park and found her, who suffered seizures in the past. paramedics arrived within minutes and took her to a local hospital. this precocious boy had saved the day. >> i didn't know that he would be able to do that. >> any other person probably wouldn't have done that. and for his age, i am very thankful. >> that is remarkable. at 3. >> he was able to express what was going on. when the paramedics arrived to express what was going on with her. >> tell people to call 911. i mean, either he is brilliant, or, he has had brilliant parents as well. that prepared him. >> parents have to instill that in him. tell him, i don't think my son knows what 911 is. other than dialing too much, accidentally calling them. >> exactly.
ABC
Sep 17, 2012 3:00am PDT
gina butler were outside their home when tyrone came running up crying. as the pint-sized hero recalls it, he said -- >> tell them i need help. >> reporter: but thomas and butler said tyrone said much more. >> his exact words were -- he said she was lying there and she had a seizure and her mouth was closed and she didn't open her eyes. he said she wasn't moving. >> reporter: the women ran to the park and found her, who had suffered seizures in the past. paramedics arrived within minutes and took her to a local hospital. this precocious boy had saved the day. >> i didn't know that he would be able to do >> any other person probab wouldn't have done that. and for his age, i'm very >> that is remarkable at 3 that he was able toly what was going on with her and then went to the paramedics arrived to express what was going on with her. >> and to tell people to call 911? i mean either he's brilliant or he's had brilliant parents as paave tillpare him. in him and tell him -- i don't think my son knows what 911 is other than, you know, dialing too
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